Friday, December 17, 2010

Real Estate Luxury

Las Vegas: 1 Hughes Center Drive (© Cristine Lefkowitz)

Las Vegas

1 Hughes Center Drive, No. 1901
  • List price: $11.7 million
  • Previous list price: $20 million in January 2008
  • Reduced: $8.3 million
  • Price cut: 41.5%
This two-story penthouse in the Park Towers was listed by Prudential at $20 million in 2008 before being relisted for $15 million in 2009, according to The price was cut to $13.2 million in February 2010 and then to $11.7 million in September, according to
The penthouse measures 6,799 square feet and has four bedrooms, six bathrooms, a home theater and views of the Las Vegas Strip, according to Prudential. Park Towers, built by casino owner Steve Wynn and developer Irwin Molasky, opened in 2001.

Las Vegas: 2777 Paradise Road (© Cristine Lefkowitz)

Las Vegas

2777 Paradise Road, No. 3801/3901
  • List price: $10 million
  • Previous list price: $16 million in January 2009
  • Reduced: $6 million
  • Price cut: 37.5%
This penthouse offers more than 12,000 square feet of living space, including more than 3,000 square feet of wraparound terraces that provide a view of the Las Vegas Strip. The unit has five bedrooms and nine bathrooms and a dining room with a vaulted ceiling, according to Prudential. Florida-based developer Thurnberry Associates built the property.

New York: 610 Park Ave. (©

Miami Beach, Fla.: 800 S. Pointe Drive (© Bryan Sereny)

Miami Beach, Fla.

800 S. Pointe Drive, PH-A
  • List price: $16 million
  • Previous list price: $22 million in 2008
  • Reduced: $6 million
  • Price cut: 27.3%
This new luxury condo development, named Apogee, was built by Miami-based developer The Related Group in 2008. The penthouse, which first listed for $22 million in 2008, occupies the top two floors of the building, with 11,000 square feet of terrace and balcony. The rooftop has a private pool and built-in kitchen.
"If (it were) listed for $16 million in 2008, it most likely would have sold by now," says Bryan Sereny, a co-broker for the listing who also represents other sales at Apogee.

New York: 812 Park Ave. (© Sotheby's International Realty)

New York

812 Park Ave., penthouse
  • List price: $15.9 million
  • Previous list price: $36.5 million in November 2007
  • Reduced: $20.6 million
  • Price cut: 56.4%
This 6,500-square-foot triplex penthouse is on the 13th, 14th and 15th floors of a pre-World War II cooperative on Park Avenue. Sotheby's International Realty listed it for $36.5 million in November 2007, and Brown Harris Stevens listed it in June 2009 for $22 million.
Architect James Carpenter won an award from the American Institute of Architects' New York chapter for his work on this building in 1927, according to Corcoran.

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